Editor’s note: A previous interactive graphic that appeared in this article had not been updated by the city with the most current street condition information. The city is currently working to update the interactive with 2018 data; for now, residents can find their street on the map below to see the status of the city’s thoroughfares. Officials say several streets have been upgraded since 2014 due to Measure A sales tax funding.
The City of Long Beach Pavement Condition Index is used to determine the quality of its 786 miles of streets.
Each street is given a PCI score from zero to 100, with 100 being the best. The streets are then grouped in categories from “poor” to “excellent.”
Curious how your street fares on the PCI? Check out this map:pci-street-map-2018
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